The potential presidential candidate says he can oppose marriage equality and have gay friends — it's like being a teetotaler who's friends with drinkers.
While invoking the same message as segregationist policy, the former Fox News host also manages to confuse Abraham Lincoln's legacy.
Several pieces of legislation aim to roll back progress for LGBT Oklahomans, but one of the most prominent lawmakers behind the bills says they don't not stem from hatred.
Alabama representative Patricia Todd wants to remind her colleagues who oppose marriage equality on religious grounds that those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
Iowa state senator Matt McCoy compiled a ton of hate mail (and a few nice letters), so we can truly remember an Iowa on the brink of marriage equality.
Obama made a game-changing argument in his recent speech: that protecting the LGBT community furthers national security, says the deputy director of HRC Global.
Same-sex couples should think twice about ordering cakes from bakeries that don't want to serve them, says the potential presidential candidate.
During Creating Change 2012, HUD secretary Shaun Donovan announced new policies to protect LGBTQ people from housing discrimination.
The possible 2016 presidential contender doesn’t want the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on same-sex marriage bans. He’d rather just amend the U.S. Constitution to forbid them.
The man who may be Ireland's next prime minister came out as gay.